Her mother matched every symptom, she told me. That doctors often miss Munchausen seems counterintuitive, but the doctor-patient relationship is a bond of trust that goes both ways. Nonetheless, Dee Dee continued to insist to doctor after doctor in Louisiana and Missouri that Gypsy had muscular dystrophy. Then, when the court hearings began, they came to those, too. There are lingering questions, in fact, about exactly what medications Gypsy was given over the years. She was given a feeding tube and ate very little by mouth, surviving on cans of the meal replacement PediaSure well into her twenties. For his part, Godejohn is still scheduled for trial in November. There were some things she knew, things that might be helpful.
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